The Remembrance Sunday Parade through Hereford will take place on 10th of November, 2019.
The Procession will begin to make it’s way down St Owen’s Street at 10.30am, to the War Memorial where a service will be held, and at 11am there will be a two minute silence, followed by wreath laying and the National Anthem.
The Parade itself is a fantastic sight to see, and last year drew in a crowd of thousands. It was brilliant to see so many remember those who have fallen, and we hope to see such a turnout again this year.
Involved in the Parade are The Royal British Legion, the Royal Naval Association, The Royal Engineers Association, Rifles and Light Infantry Association, The SAS Association, The Korean Veterans Association, The WRAC and ATS , Air Crew Association, Hereford Ex-Services Association, The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, Hereford Cathedral School Combined Cadet Force, The Sea Cadets Corps, The Air Training Corps, The West Midlands Ambulance Service, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS, Trust –H & W Local Delivery Unit, The Hereford and Worcester Fire Brigade, Hereford Police Cadets, The St John Ambulance Brigade, The, British Red Cross Society, SSAFA Forces Help, The Hereford Scout Council, The Hereford Girl Guides, Hereford and Marches Association of the, National Trust, Hereford Federation of Women’s Institute, Help For Heroes, Soroptomist Society, The Right Worshipful Mayor Hereford Kath Hey, High Sheriff for Herefordshire and Chairman of Herefordshire Council, Elected Member of Parliament Jesse Norman, Lord Lieutenant for Herefordshire, and many more.
We hope that you’ll join us in the ceremony and honour those who gave their lives in World War I.